On 09/06/06, Robert Kiely <robert.kiely at gmail.com> wrote:
I'm just going to try compiling
> my own xmms with mp3 support and see how I get on with that.
So, I've gotten mp3 support now on 3.6 on the opteron machines. I
installed xmms-1.2.10 from an rpm from Dag Wieers site and it worked
straight off. However, still have the problem of playing .ram files
(RealAudio and RealVideo files), they have no sound. I'm trying now to
use Mplayer and after installing about 18 or so packages due to
dependencies I now have Mplayer running but it won't play .ram files.
It says it can't find avisynth.dll... I've installed the all codecs
package from mplayer's site so I've no idea why it can't play the .ram
files. Any more help would definintely be appreciated...
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